SMU coach June Jones walked out of Honolulu's Aloha Stadium with another win Monday, thanks largely to a disruptive performance by defensive end Margus Hunt that set the tone for the Mustangs' 43-10 win over Fresno State in the Hawaii Bowl.

Hunt, the 6-foot-8 senior from Estonia with an 82-inch wing span, forced two fumbles that led to field goals and sacked Derek Carr for a safety as SMU (7-6) built a 22-0 halftime lead and never looked back.

The Mustangs also returned two interceptions for touchdowns, giving them eight for the season to tie the NCAA record set last year by Southern Miss.

Hayden Greenbauer picked off Carr and returned it 83 yards, the final blow to a miserable night for the Bulldogs (9-4). SMU also had seven sacks.

Cal: Chris Thomsen, who is serving as acting head coach at Texas Tech, will be Cal's new offensive line coach, according to the website CoachingSeach.com.

Thomsen, 42, was the Red Raiders' offensive line coach this season, then was promoted to lead the team Friday against Minnesota in the Meineke Car Care Bowl in Houston after coach Tommy Tuberville left Tech to become head coach at Cincinnati.

Kliff Kingsbury since has been hired as Texas Tech's permanent head coach.

The Lubbock (Tex.) Avalanche-Journal also reported the news that Thomsen will join Sonny Dykes' staff.

Thomsen spent seven seasons as head coach at Division II Abilene Christian, where he was 51-26, including the school's first undefeated regular season in 2008 since 1950.

He was Lone Star Conference South Division Coach of the Year four times in seven seasons and led the Wildcats to the NCAA Division II playoffs six times.

Thomsen left Abilene Christian for Arizona State after the 2011 season, then was hired at Texas Tech before coaching for the Sun Devils.

Texas Tech: A school official says three Red Raiders won't be playing against Minnesota in Friday's Meineke Car Care Bowl because they violated team rules.

Football program spokesman Blayne Beal would not divulge the rules violated. He says Red Raiders starting defensive back Cornelius Douglas, Chris Payne, a linebacker who played mostly on special teams, and backup defensive tackle Leon Mackey won't play in the bowl game.

Staff writer Jeff Faraudo contributed to this report.